What’s the deal with these women wearing masks?
Vice News is reporting on a trend of female mask-wearing in the U.S. The trend has been gaining popularity as women are more and more embracing masks as a way to better conceal their identity.
A study conducted by a University of Michigan professor found that women who wear masks for protection are four times more likely to be shot and killed by police than women who don’t.
It also found that masks are more likely than other clothing items to be stolen.
The U.K. has banned the use of masks in public places and a recent study found that mask use has increased in cities like London, where police officers are required to wear face masks.
In fact, there were nearly 1,000 reported cases of police officers in the UK being shot with masks in 2016.
One of the reasons masks have been so popular among women is that they can reduce stress and anxiety in the workplace.
Many women in the industry say they feel like their masks protect them from the “man in the middle,” who may be threatening or intimidating them, and it also helps them to stay calm and composed.
“I think there are a lot of reasons why it’s been popular with women.
It’s a way of getting people to wear a mask,” said Vanessa Coyle, founder of the mask-themed beauty brand La Femme De L’Oréal.
“It’s just a way for them to make their voice heard, especially when they’re not allowed to wear masks.”
Another popular mask-inspired trend is the head scarf.
This popular piece of fashion has been around for decades, and is designed to protect a head from a variety of body parts.
Some women in this style have even gone as far as to wear them in public.
But, the headscarf isn’t without its detractors.
One woman in England who had a headscarFacing the media, one of the more prominent women in her profession, told VICE News, “I wear a head scarf all the time.”
“I’ve never thought of wearing a head scarf,” she added.
“But, it’s a thing that I have to do.”
The headscarff has come under fire in recent years, with women and men across the U, including in Canada, claiming it can be distracting.
While the head-scarf may be distracting, it does not protect the head from the outside world, and can be dangerous for people with a history of head trauma, such as PTSD.
However, according to La Femma, headscarves don’t protect you from the police or other potential threats in the home.
“The headscarfs are not going to be able to stop you from getting shot,” Coyle said.
“So, the only thing that it really does is put you at an increased risk.”
A recent survey by a group of academics showed that nearly 80 percent of women and women of color believe the head veil does not cover their face well enough, and that it should be removed entirely.
“We’re seeing a real trend of people taking off their headscarve,” Caine said.
“[Masks] are a way that women are saying, ‘I’m not going anywhere,'” Coyle added.
This is not the first time that masks have become a symbol of women’s liberation.
In 2011, The National Women’s Studies Association, a women’s studies think tank, released a report entitled Masking: Its History, Current Situation and Future Directions.
The report said that while there is no shortage of women who choose to wear facial masks, they are still being unfairly blamed for violence and harassment.
“This issue is not just an American problem,” the report said.
The group said that “the lack of women wearing face masks, the violence that they’re perpetrating, and the fear they’re expressing are all related to the fact that women have always been viewed as the property of men.”
Masking is a topic that has been brought up by feminists for years.
In a 2012 interview with Vice News, feminist writer Emma Watson said, “When women say, ‘No, I’m not wearing a mask, I want to protect myself from the male gaze,'” she said.
Watson went on to say, “So why are we constantly told that we should cover ourselves up?
Because it’s not really an expression of what we want, or what we should be.
It should be an expression and a declaration of liberation.”
In her new book, A Woman’s Place: The Female Experience in American Society, Watson says the masking trend was sparked by the Vietnam War, which saw men in the military wear blackface, or face-concealing clothing to disguise their identities.
“For decades, women have been subjected to gender-based violence,” Watson said.
While many of the issues raised by the mask issue are personal, the lack of diversity in the makeup industry and the lack or lack of safety measures in the wake of the shooting at the Pulse nightclub have been a focal